How to Make a Wire Wrapped Bangle Bracelet by Using Leftover Beads

Summary: In this wire wrapping tutorial, you’ll be told how to make a wire wrapped bangle bracelet in less than half an hour. No fancy tools or skills required so even kids can make them easily!

How to Make a Wire Wrapped Bangle Bracelet by Using Leftover Beads

Wire wrapped bangles are on trend and easy to make. So, try whipping up your own combination of wire and bead with today’s tutorial. You can opt for beads in all sorts of types or merely those with monotonous color and style. The details on below contains everything you need to learn how to make a wire wrapped bangle bracelet. Enjoy yourself!

Supplies needed in the wire wrappingtutorial:

Oval Wood Bead
Assorted Bicone Glass Bead
Round Cat Eye Bead
Mark Pen (or mandrel stick)
0.5mm Brass Wire
1.5mm Aluminum Wire
Side Cutting Pliers
Round Nose Pliers

Supplies needed in the wire wrapping tutorial

How to make the wire wrapped bangle bracelet?

Step1: Wrap the bangle

1st, cut a 45cm piece of aluminum wire and then fold it in half around a small-sized cylindrical object;
2nd, choose another cylindrical stick (mark pen in this project) to make a waved pattern;
3rd, shape the bangle;
4th, loop the two sharp ends.

Wrap the bangle

Step2: Add the decorative beads

1st, take the semi-finished bangle and a long piece of 0.5mm brass wire;
2nd, string the bead on wire and anchor by two or three wraps;
3rd, at end, wrap the brass wire around both aluminum wire ends.

Add the decorative beads

Trim off the excess wire and flatten the cut with flat nose pliers. Done!

finished wire wrapped bracelet with beads

So, there you’ve made your new wire wrapped bangle. Furthermore, if you’re wondering a little bit different for your piece, mixing all beads you’ve got is greatly nice!

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Comments (3)

Nov 15, 2013 at 06:33 AM Saqib Alia

nice one wish I get itme to make this

Nov 15, 2013 at 04:19 PM lynn Baird

What a neat, fast, and user friendly project, no separate findings? This is great! Thank you.

May 09, 2014 at 07:12 AM Michele Marinaccio

Awesome. Love it and can't wait to try to make one myself.